Wellbeing Foundation Africa Kwara State Office & Chevening Scholars Program Visit Courtesy Call
Yesterday, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa Kwara Office met with the British Deputy High Commission represented by Mr. Wale Adebajo, Political Adviser, ahead of the Foreign Office's Chevening Scholars Program Visit to Kwara State.
Led by WBFA State Project Lead, Dr. Kamil, Midwives, Monitoring and Evaluation Data Officers, and Field Program Assistants, the WBFA has sustained decades-long cordial bilateral relations as a non-state actor nongovernmental organization with the British High Commission, the wider diplomatic community, and global development agencies.
These collaborations have historically birthed strategic assistance interventions and charitable contributions to public and private educational institutions including the donations of school buses and digital equipment to the Kwara State School of Special Needs and Al-Muwahideen School respectively, prior to 2011.
Nationally, the WBFA participated in DFID collaborative advocacy to birth Nigeria's domestication of the WHO Breastmilk Code, and which delivered the transformative and exemplary WBFA-Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Partnership: Improving the Availability and Quality of Maternal and Newborn Care Program 2016 - 2021 in Kwara State, is pleased to welcome the @ukinnigeria Chevening Scholars Program to Kwara State.
Placing great value on skills acquisition and improving access to further education opportunities, the WBFA continues to contribute to the targets of enhancing the quality of WASH by improving educational standards for all.
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